MEN’S PROCEDURES

look younger and gain the competitive edge

It’s in your power to have more confidence and look as good as you feel. And we’re here to help you achieve your goals.

Since 1997, the number of cosmetic procedures for men has increased over 106%, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons. Plastic surgery techniques such as those used at Charlotte Plastic Surgery have advanced through the years, making recovery easier and faster, with results that last longer. Certainly you’ve seen studies reporting that men who look younger and more rested often have a competitive advantage in the workplace.

Let us talk with you about your options, recovery time and the results you can expect.

BEFORE & AFTER GALLERY

examples of our surgeons’ expert skills and our patient transformations

VIDEO GALLERY

learn more about our men’s procedures in the video gallery

enjoy powerful results

“The reputation of Charlotte Plastic Surgery was simply dramatically better than any other group in the area and CPS is well known throughout the country as a leader in this industry.”

time to resolve a sensitive issue

“I came to the consultation with a list of questions prepared but didn’t even have to pull it out. They were so knowledgeable and informative, that before I even asked my questions they were all answered.”

the look of confidence

“My esthetician and skin care ‘guru’ provided the results I needed to match the ‘as young as I feel’ look. My total trust in Charlotte Plastic Surgery, the products, and services offered cannot be overstated.”

let’s be perfectly clear about your skin

“With my procedure, there was minimal pain, no scarring, and my face looks amazing. I look and feel refreshed and awake. Thank you to the Charlotte Plastic Surgery team for restoring my youthful eyes and my confidence!”

protect and preserve your skin

“Loved the personal care and attention I received. You are not just a patient, you are a precious person put in their care and they take amazing care of you and your needs.”